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Felix Pizzi

Felix Pizzi
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs/Director of Counseling
(617) 912-9160

jennifer walsh

Jennifer Walsh
(617) 912-9195

Julie Lerner

Julie A. Lerner
Counseling Intern
(617) 912-9198


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Office Locations

  • 24 The Fenway (24-005)
  • 26 The Fenway (26-004)
  • 73 Hemenway (in the Information Technology area) 

Office Hours
Appointments are available Mondays from 8am to 5pm, Tuesday through Friday 8am to 8pm, and Saturdays 11am to 5pm during the school year. Individual counselor hours are are posted outside each counseling office.

Counseling Drop In Hours in office 26-004

  • Mondays 12-2pm
  • Wednesdays 3-5pm
  • Fridays 9-11am 

Scheduling an Appointment

There are several ways students can schedule an appointment with a counselor:

  • By phone: Call the Director of Counseling's office at (617) 912-9160. If you reach the voice mail, please leave a message.
  • By email: Send an appointment request to the counseling staff by emailing
  • By web-request: Click on NOTE: Please be advised that email is not a secure form of communication and should not be used to discuss a confidential or urgent concern.
  • In-person: Students can also stop by one of the counseling offices at any time to ask questions, get information or determine counselors' availability. If the counselor is not available to meet, every effort will be made to schedule an appointment as soon as possible.


In the event of an emergency on campus, students should contact the Department of Public Safety at (617) 912-9191. The counselor will be available for crisis intervention and assessment whenever possible.

If the emergancy is off campus, students should call 911 or go the the nearest emergency room.

Additional Emergency Psychological Services

If/when the counselor is unavailable, emergency psychological services are also available at:

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Emergency Room: (617) 754-2323 or call 911

If you need immediate help, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

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